It's only going to get better.
The Lamborghini Huracan's predecessor, the Gallardo, was a smash success for the Italian supercar maker. Over 14,000 examples were built between 2003 and 2013 and it spawned many versions. Thing was, the Gallardo wasn't engineered from the get-go to offer multiple variants; Lamborghini had to figure things out as it went along. That's not the case for the Huracan. According to a new report coming from Autocar, Lamborghini CEO Stephan Winkelmann said plans are in place to expand the Huracan range by "at least five" versions.
"Unlike the Gallardo," Winkelmann stated, "where our strategy came after the car was developed, and was also mainly in the second part of the life cycle, with the Huracan we initiated all those things during the development of the base car." Having just unveiled the rear-wheel-drive Huracan LP580-2, expect to see a Spyder version come up next. What's after that? The return of the Superleggera? "For sure there will be a car that is going in the direction of 'lighter' and 'faster," Winkelmann confirmed. "We are really looking at a lot of approaches."